Sensei Sandra hard at “work”… at least that’s what she tells me. Anyway, I caught her “working hard” at home the other day and thought it would be a good opportunity to give others an insight into some of what she does when she’s not at the dojo. Even when she’s not teaching she’s always
Do you have days when you feel that your life is out of control and you are barely surviving? Like a plane spiralling out of control to the ground at high speed. The more you fight it, the faster you fall. You become more tired as you fight. You can no longer serve your loved ones
This article and image has been shared from https://www.understood.org. Please visit the team at Understood and support their work. Exercise is great for every kid. But kids who learn and think differently can have a hard time finding a sport that suits them. Find out why martial arts might be a good fit for your
5 Steps To Help You Succeed This Year It’s been super exciting to see so many of you back in the dojo and training online. Way to go everybody and thank you for your enthusiasm and dedication. We are so grateful that we get to learn, share and grow with you on this amazing journey.
Both your mind and body could benefit from this type of activity “Martial arts require a good level of physical strength, but those who take up training also need to develop an incredible amount of mental acuity. Mental strength is so important to martial arts that researchers have found karate experts’ stronger punching force may
Research finds, as well as increasing physical fitness and mental health, martial arts can boost brain cognition too We are all aware that exercise generally has many benefits, such as improving physical fitness and strength. But what do we know about the effects of specific types of exercise? Researchers have already shown that jogging can increase life